Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 30, 1969 · Page 3
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 3

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, October 30, 1969
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Classic Look of the '30s Dominates Look for 70s By ARLEEN ABRAHAMS Associated Press Writer NEW YORK (AP) _ ' maxicoat, jumpsuits, suits, blunt-toed shoes, the bell ed look and velvet for day and evening are the latest fashion Irendscttcrs-for men, that is Disappearing Train Case Probed by ICC WASHINGTON (AP) -.The Interstate Commerce- Commission is" investigating the case of the disappearing train and the enraged congressman. · · ' Train Nos. 41 and 42 used to run' between Omaha, Neb 'and Billings, Mont. One beautiful midAugust day this year the Chicago; Burlington and Quincy decided to eliminate the train, effective immediately.- Startled passengers were informed at Hemingford, Neb., that this was the end 'of the line. Most of them probably had not even known that Hemingftird, population 904, was on the line. Most of, the passengers .were put on buses 'and taken to their destinations. : · · ' · ' · ! Rep: Glenn' Cunningham of Nebraska, who happens' to be second ranking Republican on The House Commerce Committee, found himself lemporaril; stranded while on a fishing lr: to oFrt Robinson Slate Parl Neb. He protested to 1 the 1C and the investigation resulted. An ICC spokesman said TueL day "we have some evidenc that the Burlington may hav been in violation" of ICC regula Observers at Esquire maga zine's International Fashioi Trends Show-cduldn't help com menting on the wide variety o styles available to today's dare to-be-different male. But al though each designer added his own stamp of originality, the ov erall impression in men's fash ion was one. of internationa: similarity. The classic look ol ihe '30s dominated Ihe "new' look of Ihe 70s.' Biggest men's fashion news linges around shape: waisl suppression accentuated by iquared or roped shoulders, broader lapels and wider trousers, increasingly cuffed. Designs by Datli of Rome fea- ured beaulifully cut and tai- ored updated'classics in every haped, o n e -b u 11 o n single- breasted- 'suits with wide notched lapels. Wide,' rounded apels graced the suit designed )y Bernard Lanvin. Testa . of tome's suits and jackels sport- d.wide lapels which nearly-cov- red the shoulder, in notched or abbil-eared shapes on both sin- lie and double breasted styles. .The maxicoat, (rapped coals and lions when down. it shut the trai He added "You've got to sa it's pretty unusual to stop a trai in the middle of its run and te everyone to get off. I've onl lieard of one similar case." But, the spokesman said, Ih ICC has not finished its invest gallon and is riot at this lim saying the CBQ was in viola lion. Female Cops? PRETORIA, South Afric (AP) -- South Africa needs ' supplementary female - polic force, says Universily of Soul! Africa criminology. Prof. P. J vandcr. Wall. Bui tasks given I women police officers should ac cord with their character anc emotional make-up and il shoul not be expected of them to sac rifice their femininity. "Will more research, tact and the co operalion of the public, womei could play a much bigger par in the police force lo preven juvenile crime." . The population of Quebec Province is nearly six million. CROSS STUDIO for Fine Photography 814 IGlh St. both . in furs, was Tiuch in evidence. Newer still is super-maxi, any where,. from nkle length to floorrsweeping lere again, shape is the thing 'he long, wraparound pol oats, cinched and · sash-tied a he waist, brought to mind th olden era of Hollywood in th 30s and '40s. In his first menswear collec ion, .Emilio Pucci echoed the logart era in a maxi wrapa ound coal of pale beige, kic mohair with raglan sleeves, a big collar and. lapels and slash pockets.- Nino . Cerruli ; intro duced a brand-new look in max is with a brown and white jac quard tweed featuring an an gled side closure and.concealec buttons to give a smooth, fla look. The Tluirs., Oct. 30, I!)69 GREELEY Till HUNK Page Solve a Simple Scrambled Word Puzzle for a Chuckle AReorranga' letter] of t|» four scrambled words be* low lo form four simple words. L A V I U S 1 2 A T A G E 3 4 L Y R O G i . R O C N O B 6 7 8 A Milton Berla gag: "I just got back from Lindy's. I always' go there for a cup of coffee and an ----." · Q Complete tho chuclcls quoted ' by filling in tho missing word you develop from stop No. 3 bolow. C IM Tl* McNlugtil lYndli.t*. Inc. SCKAM-LETH ANSWER Oh PAGE 4 shirt-suit, a jackelless Higher Learning Schools Enollment Tops 100,000 combination of shirt and trousers with the made-for-each-other look, was a big attenlion-get- ler. A wide variely of fabrics was used in both day and evening shirt-suil designs.-Especially interesling was Ihe knil sliirl-suit. Sweden's Ulf Lund quisl, Cerulti and Schreiber Hollington in .Paris all fealured knits ranging from -turtleneck lunic- slyle to fine rib-knits in fleecy Shetland. in formalwear, the penguh look' is clearly a thing of the past. Now (he man about town can choose among six-button double-breasted evening suits tunic suits, and pullover shirts matching pants. Fabrics range from brown 1 silk faille anc black panne velvet to white «-ool gabardine and Pucci prints in wool challis. Art Deco's influence was quite evident in the collection.'. Pat- .ern, both: printed and woven, was commonplace but it wasn't he anything-goes kind of. pattern explosion; rather it boasted i disciplined subtlety. Attention to detail was apparent in all the' accessories shown. Hats were abundant, in many 'arieties. The same variety was echoed in the shape, styling, color and texture of shoes. Toes remain broad and'blunted, either ·oundcd or square, with less pmnhucic nn thn rp-il hiilbu Irmlr nosa 2,815; Colorado Stale. College at empnasis on me real ouiKy iooK. Grccl |,j. M . n . ^ ort ,,,.,,.,, ,,, nuranso in Colorado inslilulions of higher learning passed Ihe 100,000 mark this fall, Ihe Commission on Higher. Education, reported today. It said there are 105,843 slu- dents enrolled .in courses "for credit in Ihe'20 public and five accredited private colleges" and universities in the. state.,.,.',..;.,.the overall increase is 8,901 students--a 9.2 per cent boost-from a year ago, the agency reported. Publicly - supported schools have 91,811 full and part lime students-for 86.7 per cent of the total, said 'the report from-.JS'or- man-B. Dodge, assistanl "director of the:commission. The publicly-supported .universities, the University of Colorado and Colorado State University--still have-the largest enrollments, the report said, bul the state's two-year,community colleges show the · fastest growth rate--23.1 per cent from a year ago. Public four year colleges showed a 10.5 per cenl growth rate,-, the universities a 6.4 per cent" increase and' private institutions ' report a -1.8 per cent gain in enrollments The two year publicly supported community colleges show a combined - attendance this fal" of 16,413 students, an increase of 3,082. The greatest increases within this group, the commission said, are the Community College of. Denver which has 3,580 . students on its two cam- mses, and the new El Paso Community College at Colorado Springs with 1,493 students. Metropolitan State College in Denver s h o w e d the fastest jrowlh rate among four year in- stititions -- a 28.4 per cent ump from' last year to 5,944 students. Enrollment. 1 ; reported by the eommls- on Included: Denver 3,580, El .Paio 1,49.1; Lamar 37,-Olcro at La Junta G03, and Trinidad ,272. District-operated Junior coliece: Alms at Irecicy. 2,117; Arnpahoe at Littleton ,558; Colorado Mountain College at Glcn- i-ood SprinKS and Leadville fifll, Mesa t Grand ..luncllnn 2,315; Northeastern nl bterllnt,' 1.9!)2; anil Hangely 352. State rpur-coHcRc: Adams State at Ala. eblo 5,769; and We Gunnison 3,083. item Slate College rollmcnls: Univcrsil: slty enrc . - _ - -it Moulder 20,387; Coloradi Springs center 2,349; Denver Center G,4Gli Colorado State University 15,610 and Col orudo School of Mines 1,670. Accredited private colleges and unlver sitics: Colorado College at Coloradc Springs 1,702, Lorctlo Heights College a Denver 924, Regis College at Denver 1,2:12 Temple Bucll College at Denver 1.0G4 and University ol Denver 9.11U. ·vSEOUL -- A new electric po- v/er station is planned at Ulsal. ·*···················· From "Dear Sir" to "Sincerely Yours" in 7 seconds ...The.' .New. .RemingtonTM R.-2 Desk Copier . . . Twice as'fast as any other desk copier ·--Up to 30 copies a minute--first copy in 7 seconds Unique feed mechanism Up to 775 copies without refilling Unprecedented one year's free service "Everything for the Office" 1303 Stb Avo. · · · · · · * · · · · · » · · · · · · · · Where You Can Still Buy m pairs m for ACROSS FROM DOWNTOWN SAFEWAY Open 9. a.m. - 9 p.m. Monday thru Saturday Open Sundays 1 - 6 p.m. oslins 1015 9th Art. Open Monday, Thursday And Friday Nights Till 8:30 Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday Till 5:30 4 PC. COMBO... 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